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About four weeks ago, I noticed a small, skin color, lump behind my left ear. It doesn't hurt, and I did have a cold a couple months ago. However, with researching on the internet I've begun to worry. I've ready that after two weeks lymph nodes should return to normal, so why hasn't it? I've also read that tumors are often associated with painless swollen lymph nodes, can anyone help me please!?
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replied March 13th, 2010
Small nodules behind the ear are very common, and include skin cysts and enlarged lymph nodes. In most cases, these are benign lesions. If this lesion is enlarging, or/and if other lumps are appearing on your body, then you should have your doctor examine you.


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replied May 24th, 2013
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so did the bump loose? what did u do ? did you go to the doctor ???
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